If you're reading this, I'm sure you know who received Nick's final rose. The result has honestly left me so conflicted, but we'll get to that. Let us just jump into the mess that was last nights season finale.
This whole season, I've been #TeamVanessa, but after literally ten minutes of the final episode, I was very dramatically #TeamRaven. I cried about seven times watching the two of them together. Raven is just so precious.
It wasn't just me that loved Raven, it seemed like the whole twitter world was #TeamRaven and EVEN NICK'S FAMILY LOVED HER. They made me fall in love with them as a couple, and then they broke my heart.
If you haven't picked it up yet, Nick chose Vanessa. I love you, V, but I really think Nick made a mistake. Vanessa was so unsure about her future with Nick, but somehow they still ended the season engaged. In the moment I was super excited for the two of them. They looked so happy and adorable.
However, I became skeptical once "After the Final Rose" began. The way they were acting and the way they discussed their engagement did not leave me with high hopes for their future. It was nothing specific, but the good vibes were lacking. As much as I want their relationship to make it (I really want it to... Four seasons of Nick was enough), I don't think they're going to last very long. Please prove me wrong!!!!!!!!
We do have one final thing to happily skip about....
RACHEL'S SEASON OF THE BACHELORETTE WAS TEASED ON "After the Final Rose"!!
Last night, Chris Harrison shocked us all by introducing Rachel to four of the men who will be fighting for her love starting on May 22nd. I cried. These tears were secondhand embarrassment for the men who introduced themselves last night. I hope the rest of the men can step it up come May...
I CANNOT WAIT TO SEE YOU KILL IT ON YOUR SEASON, RACHEL. It doesn't matter what drama these men bring to the table, you're so lovely and so graceful. All I have left to say is that I'll see you in May, Rachel😬.
Until then, Intern Leah is out✌️